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iScout at Sunset

About iScout

Buffalo Bill was a scout in his early career. You can be too with iScout!

As you tour the Center of the West's museums, scout out each stop with a 3-digit code. If you're not at the Center of the West at the moment, you can browse all of the stops here.

What will you find? An image? A blog post? A virtual gallery of similar objects? Explore!

A good scout reports their findings! Login using the icon in the upper right with Facebook, Google+, Twitter—or create a simple account. Then share what you discover on social media, make comments, up- or down-vote other scouts’ comments, and most of all, have fun!

Credits and Tech Notes

This software was made possible with almost zero budget thanks to the Center of the West staff and open source projects such as CakePHP and jQuery mobile. We are always working to improve it, feel free to leave us some feedback. If you're a developer or are interested in reproducing this for your own needs, check us out on GitHub.

Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Through its privacy policy, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West is committed to protecting the privacy of its Web site visitors, customers, members, donors, e-newsletter subscribers, and friends. The Center does not collect personal information about individuals such as names and postal and/or e-mail addresses except when it is knowingly and voluntarily provided by such individuals for purchases, registrations, donations, and e-newsletter subscriptions. In such cases, we will not disclose personal information to any third party.

This Web site uses “cookies”—files stored on your computer by your Web browser—to optimize your online experience. These files are not linked to personally identifying information and will not be shared with any third party. We also gather anonymous traffic data—including your computer’s IP address, browser information, and reference site domain—for the purpose of evaluating and improving our Web site.

As noted on each App permission screen, our social login does not request any information other than what is already publicly available.